Events

  1. Mon Oct. 22

    Library -- What Can You Macrame? Learn the basics of macrame knotting. We'll do simple projects so that you can practice for making more complicated projects at home. This program is self-paced and materials are provided at no cost to participants. Free and open to the public.
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  2. Tue Oct. 23

    Library -- Children's Program -- Mouse Story Time A "quiet" program featuring Stories, Puppets, Finger Plays, and Songs for you and your child to enjoy together. This week's theme is "Ghosts."
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  3. Tue Oct. 23

    Library -- Children's Program -- Craft Time We will do a craft each Tuesday between Mouse and Lion Story Time. This week's theme is "Ghosts."
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  4. Tue Oct. 23

    Library -- Children's Program -- Lion Story Time An "active" and "loud" program featuring Stories, Songs, Dances, Movement and more. This week's theme is "Ghosts."
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  5. Wed Oct. 24

    Library -- Yarn United Artesia Public Library presents a new crochet & knitting club. Come hang out and knit and crochet with fellow yarn lovers. Bring a project or start a new one. Please bring your own supplies. Some patterns are available. Snacks and chit chat included! Instruction will not be provided, but we can provide tips! All skill levels welcomed. Free and open to all ages.
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  6. Wed Oct. 24

    Library -- Adult -- Walk the Walk, Plot the Plot Walk the walk, Plot the plot with Zane Biebelle Zane Biebelle, Assistant Professor of English from New Mexico State University Carlsbad, will return to conduct writing session on plot planning for your story. Having your characters, setting, and plot planned out is necessary for success during Nanowrimo. This is the third in a series of programs leading up to National Novel Writing Month. Free and open to the public. Ages 18+
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  7. Thu Oct. 25

    Library -- Children's Program -- Mother Goose on the Loose A program geared toward the little ones age 0-2. There will be music and stories and low-key playtime. This week’s theme is "Ghosts."
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  8. Thu Oct. 25

    Library -- Adult Program -- Crafty Kitch Lit Read and Feed Join us for a new Book Discussion Group. Bring a treat to share and do book themed crafts while we discuss the book of the month. This month's selection is "The Edible Woman" by Margaret Atwood. Ever since her engagement, the strangest thing has been happening to Marian McAlpin: she can't eat. First meat. Then eggs, vegetables, cake, pumpkin seeds—everything! Worse yet, while Marian ought to feel consumed with passion, she really just feels … consumed. A brilliant and powerful work...
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